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Buying Forgiveness

This begins the Protestant Mythology series. Myth #1- “During the Middle Aged the Catholic Church purported to sell forgiveness for sins (indulgences).” 2017 is the 500 year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. This post begins my 2017 series debunking the … Continue reading

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The Portable Confessional

  My oldest son is preparing for his first confession. Consequently, I have written on this sacrament, and various things related to it, over the last few weeks. Most recently, I have written about the confessional booth. Consider this a … Continue reading

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The Screen and St. Charles

Today is the feast of St. Charles Borromeo, and as such, I am writing on the topic of the confessional. The confessional booth and screen has been in use for about 500 years in the Western Church, and it is … Continue reading

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